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cities as well as mid-atlantic. let's focus on new york where already subway and commuter train service has been suspended for tonight. there are mandatory evacuation orders of low-lying areas. evacuation centers are going to be open in 72 public schools. you'll have to check your listings locally and port authority says train stations will be closing at midnight, and public schools in new york city will be closed tomorrow. let's move on to now the state of new jersey where a state of emergency has already been declar declared. mandatory evacuations in parts of the state are already under way, and many of the tolls are suspended in the garden state area so that people are able to safely and slowly evacuate. buses are being sent to atlantic city and other low-lying areas to help out in the evacuation. and now we move even further south to the state of maryland where that, too, that state has been declared a state of emergency. voluntary evacuations are already under way in low-lying areas and mandatory evacuations taking place on the coast there in ocean city. and in d.c., public schools
the entire population of the united states, move from the countryside into the cities. and the massive skyscrapers and super efficient subways are paying off. it's true that china's growth is slowing. look at that. it simply cannot sustain the current pace of growth. shanghai's stock market is trading at one-third of the 2007 peak in part because of a lack of transparency, concerns about the pace of political and economic reform, rampant thrivery, theft of intellectual property and questions about how china will deal with the manipulation of its currency. >> china has been a currency manipulator for years and years and years. this is a regular opportunity to label them as a currency manipulator but refuses to do so. >> they have gone to 11% since being president. we have pushed them hard. >> the currency of the u.n. keeping the currency low, china can sell the products they manufacture for less than their worth. they sell goods at a price high enough to pay wages to their workers. and it's a problem. somewhere in there there are opportunities. the author of "red alert," how china's gro
the entire population of the united states, move from the countryside into the cities. and those massive skyscrapers and super efficient subways are paying off. it's true that china's growth is slowing -- look at that -- and it currently can't sustain its growth. they are sustaining their peak because of concerns about the pace of political and economic reform, bribery, theft and intellectual property and threats of how china will deal with the manipulation of its currency. >> china has been a currency manipulator for years and years and years and the president has a regular opportunity to label them as a currency manipulator but refuses to do so. >> as far as currency manipulation, the currency has actually gone up 11% since i've been president because we have pushed them hard. >> well, the currency of the u.n. has appreciated but not as much as president obama says it has. regardless, by keeping the currency low, china can sell the products it manufacturers for less than they're worth, and that makes it hard for american companies to sell goods at a price high enough to pay wages to th
in more of our global cities. if you look at the market in miami, for example, which was one of the biggest drops when the housing recession hit the hardest miami is back. miami is back in a very big way. new york back in a very big way. washington, d.c. is back. markets like phoenix they are back as well. nevada for example still has a lot of difficulty. it's a combination of foreign interests. foreigners buying in our market especially south florida where south americans are looking at our u.s. markets as being very, very cheap. so, you look at a big chunk of those buyers in florida, for example, are foreign buyers. so many americans are taking advantage of these lower interest rates. also rental rates have gone up so much that the cost of ownership now in many instances after taxes is less money than it cost to rent. the big challenge, though, is that we're not getting enough people being able to move up out of their existing houses. we're not getting enough people to relocate because they are stuck in their homes even though they are current on their mortgages, even thoug
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